Amid the announcement, PleasrDAO is also suing Shkreli for breaching the sale contract of Wu-Tang Clan’s album by livestreaming it. According to Cointelegraph, the collective claims Shkreli’s ...
The infamous ‘Pharma Bro’ was forced to forfeit the only copy of the album upon his 2017 conviction, but retained digital ...
According to court documents obtained by AllHipHop, PleasrDAO—the current owner of Wu-Tang’s rare album—accused the infamous “Pharma Bro” of violating a forfeiture order and diminishing ...
The suit was filed by PleasrDAO, a digital art collective that purchased the album from Shkreli in 2021 after Shkreli was ordered to fork it over to cover a $7.4 million forfeiture tied to his ...
The album’s owner PleasrDAO launched the sale on Thursday (June 13). “This album sale is more than just about the music,” a PleasrDAO rep said. “It’s about redefining how we think about ...
An online art collective known as PleasrDAO then bought the album for $4 million in 2021. For $1 (plus fees) you can access this online version of the “Shaolin,” but only a five-minute sampler ...
Under the ownership of PleasrDAO, the digital art collective, the album is now available to the public as an NFT for at least $1, highlighting a pivotal shift from its exclusive past. PleasrDAO ...
The Wu-Tang Clan’s one-of-a-kind album “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” is now partially accessible to the public, thanks to current rights holder PleasrDAO. Emphasis on “partially.” ...
Wu-Tang Clan’s “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” could have an earlier release date thanks to non-fungible token collective PleasrDAO. In 2015, the legendary Hip-Hop group auctioned off only one ...
NEW YORK (AP) — American investor Martin Shkreli is facing a new lawsuit for allegedly retaining and sharing recordings from a one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album that he was forced to sell ...